RxNT ePrescribing Technical Specifications
Integrated Wireless and Desktop Solutions
The RxNT system is an ASP-based solution. This means that your patient information is maintained on
our secure HIPAA compliant servers at our secure hosting facility and is accessed using a secure 128-bit
encrypted desktop browser and/or wireless handheld device. It is not uncommon for a practice to allow
staff members access to the system from desktop PCs to handle renewal requests and have practitioners
using wireless handheld devices.
Minimum Desktop Requirements
- Windows 2000 or higher running Internet Explorer 6 or higher
- Minimum 1024 x 768 screen resolution
- A dedicated internet connection with no less than 56K DSL bandwidth
Handheld Solutions and Minimum Requirements
The RxNT system operates on several handheld devices. Each handheld device will provide unique capabilities
when running the RxNT system.
Windows Mobile Devices
RxNT is a Hewlett Packard solution partner. We recommend the HP IPAQ for those considering a Windows Mobile
Device but any device running Windows Mobile 2003 or higher will work. If you do not have an HP IPAQ and
would like to purchase one through RxNT, please call our office for pricing.
RxNT supports most modern Blackberry devices. Your device must contain a browser enabled data network
connection in order to use the RxNT application. We recommend the Blackberry 8820 device with in-built
Palm Mobile Devices
RxNT supports many Palm OS devices including:
- Palm Tungsten Products
- Kyocera 7135
- Sony Clie Handhelds
- Zire Products
If your device is not listed above and you would like us to consider building a solution to meet your
needs, please contact us to discuss.
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* This Complete EHR or EHR Module is 2011/2012 compliant and has been certified by the Certification Commission for
Health Information Technology (CCHIT®), an ONC-ATCB, in accordance with the applicable certification
criteria for Eligible Providers or Hospitals adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not
represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee
receipt of incentive payments. RxNT; 2011/2012; CC-1112-558940-1. The clinical quality measures to which a
Complete EHR or EHR Module has been tested and certified. Where applicable, any additional
Complete EHR or EHR Module relied upon to demonstrate its compliance with a certification criterion or
criteria adopted by the Secretary; and the certification criterion or criteria to which each EHR Module has been tested and certified.